JOHNSON Patsy Lou
of Waterford, died November 15, 2018 at 82 years of age. Born June 24, 1936. The daughter of the late Floyd Fawcett and Lena Langdon. Beloved wife of the late Dr. Clare Johnson. Loving mother of Jacalynn (Wayne) Adams, Jarilyn (Steve) Auger, Josie Auger, Christopher (Kim) Johnson, Gregory (Kim) Johnson, Jaimie Johnson (Sean) and Jodie (Steve) Amell; dearest grandmother of Jake, Josh, Alison, Brett, Corie, Samantha, Evan, Trevor, Brendan, Tyler, Austin, Parker, Brady and Addison; great grandmother of Jovanni. Sister of the late Jack (Shirley) Fawcett, Betty (the late Edward) Chandler, the late Peggy Woody, the late Nancy Knapp, Sally (the late John) Pilkinton and Susie (Frank) Sasso. Patsy graduated from Waterford Township High School and continued her education at Ferris State University where she was crowned homecoming queen of 1955. Patsy and Clare would eventually wed and start a family who they would raise on beautiful Lake Angelus where they enjoyed her cooking. The two of them were adventurous and loved to pack up their kids in their Blue Zoo Motor home and travel across North America. Even after their kids graduated they continued to travel together to places like Hong Kong, Paris, Costa Rica and Jamaica.
Family will receive friends Sunday, December 16 at the church from 2:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, December 16, 2018, 2:30 pm at Community Bible Church 1888 Crescent Lake Rd, Waterford. Luncheon to follow service.
Memorial donations may be made to Lourdes Campus for Clausen Manor 2300 Watkins Lake Rd, Waterford Twp, MI 48328.
Hi Jackie and Family,
Just yesterday, before I even learned of your Mother's passing, I was thinking about your Mom, and how special Christmas time was at your house. I still have never seen a house with so many Christmas trees. Your Mom was such a spirited lady, and every time I think about her, I picture a big smile on her face. Hope you're all doing okay.
Gigi Gerstenberger (Fisher)
Jodie, Jamie and family. Your mother was a force of nature. Intelligent, beautiful and a woman to admire for many reasons. I enjoy my memories in the Johnson home and I am so sorry I am out of the country at the time of the service or I would be there. She will be with you forever and I know watching over all your families. Hugs and love to all of you. May she be at peace. ?